In this video, contributor Aimee Duffy talks about three reasons to sell Enterprise Products Partners :

  • High debt levels.
  • Exposure to commodity risk, particularly with its NGL business.
  • Significant assets in the Gulf of Mexico, an area prone to hurricanes and potential moratoriums for offshore spills.

Enterprise is on a tear of late, and though Aimee doesn't advocate selling, she acknowledges the importance of reminding ourselves of a company's threats so as to stay balanced and keep from getting swept away in the good times. 

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The growing production of natural gas from hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling is flooding the North American market and resulting in record-low prices for natural gas. Enterprise Products Partners, with its superior integrated asset base, can profit from the massive bottlenecks in takeaway capacity by taking on large-scale projects. To help investors decide whether Enterprise Products Partners is a buy or a sell today, click here now to check out The Motley Fool's brand new premium research report on the company.

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Epd is up 200% for me not counting the big div, what would selling do to my tax? I think this sale will be ignored by me!

May 27 2013 at 10:49 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply